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    September 8, 2010
    4:00 - 4:30pm PDT  

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live this is kron 4 news @ 4:00. east bound and vallejo in the multiple murder case. the new information comes out as the husband of one of the victims was in court today on explosive charges. as dan, uncovers authorities found explosive materials after they found the body of his wife and friend on the property and inside the vallejo home. >> were learning more how the bodies of read alan or disposed of at allen's vallejo. court documents filed in connection with the rest of balance has been charles an explosive charges say one of the bodies was in a bag in the rear bedroom
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closet. the other body was located under some dishes in the backyard. the same documents give further details of the chemicals you see here. these were found in the home when the bodies were discovered. court papers say these items included c four high explosive, brock did igniters and safety fuses. also located work chemicals to qualify as oxidizers and were components to mix and manufacture explosives. he has pleaded not guilty to explosive charges but it's a combination of the explosives and the murders that make vallejo police ask that he be held on $2 million bail. wednesday morning his bail was reduced to $25,000. his attorney maintained he was the victim and all of this. she said is not connected to the murders he is not a flight risk and had no intent to make
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explosive devices. the district attorney's office did not oppose to reduce bell saying they could not provide the judge with any facts. that means he had written house could return to his home. in vallejo kron 4 news. >> new details about the death of this woman 46 year-old cindy strand the chp says she was killed it during the high speed pursuit that ended at a richmond strip mall. police say her boyfriend and suspect efren valdemoro strangled her with a nylon cord while he was driving 100 mi. an hour down the highway while he is being pursued by multiple police cars. police say cell phone records and an autopsy showed she was killed near the beginning of the pursuit which lasted nearly an hour pureed >> she received a phone call from a boss checking on her and her welfare and at that same time is when the beginning of
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the pursuit started with pleasant opd. it we believe he strangled her with in a nylon strap at the beginning of that pursuit. a high-speed chase started in pleasant hill when police spotted the car in an apartment center complex. please say they still don't understand why the couple was there. stay with kron 4 news as the multiple murders case continues to develop and our coverage continues on line to centaur website www.kron4.com in the south bay police are stepping up their patrols at a small neighborhood where there has been a string of arson fires. here's a sketch of the man they're looking for. he is described as hispanic 19 to 20 years old between 5 ft. 8 in. and 5 ft. 10 in. tall with a slender build. will spoke with the sunnyvale pleased to partner with an update on the case. >> the police department said at this point they're not sure if it's one person or copycat behind to arson fire since may
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with nine fires in the early morning hours of september 1st alone. all of the fires have happened within the border of garland cranford which are only a couple blocks away from each other. it all of the fires have happened between 1 and 3:00 a.m. in the morning at a time when people are sleeping so makes the arsonist even more dangerous. if the fires have been set to garbage cans, dumpsters, debris and in two cases cars. please are not releasing of those two cars were set on fire if which take a lot more work than dumpsters. did they say that's part of their investigation reporting from sunnyvale kron 4 news. >> for people living in the area of those fires this is a very tense time were personal safety is in question. with a suspected arsonist on the list many say their word for their personal safety >> and for their >> everybody's concerned like the individual
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was causing the fires to be set cheered >> it makes me nervous the way it happened in his right next to the cry park pureed if that i got a father than my car my has been struck. >> many say they will keep anyone as long as they see anyone suspicious run dumpsters and cars. summer concern for their children a lot of children live in the apartments. >> taking a live look good side from the bay bridge toll plaza and ominous looking picture that clouds overhead. you can see if sunbreaks over year rate now were seeing scattered cloud cover with the big story the temperatures they're very much on the chile said this afternoon. it denies san francisco same thing in redwood city and in half moon bay.
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coolest closest to the coastline and other inland valleys upper 60s. data in the south bay temperatures just about 70 degrees and in the north bay for the most part in the low temperatures arençtd=no carrieg no carrier
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unemployment that oppresses us or election. were waiting for the next i think will be up for year 5 to 10%. the economy as halnot so good. the datasets wee honest away from the transport a the jobs data and spending data said requested of a double-dip recession but it's some not good is not like 10 years ago. >> been talking about the possibility of a double-dip recession when are we going to know we are definitely not going to be in one. >> i would take it quarter by quarter. again two quarters in a row or not there were the six months away at in my opinion more these nine months away we
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also don't know what's going to stick as far as presidential solutions. this week he's really focusing on small businesses. he said were going to tax the rich but we will keep the bush taxes cut to the middle income of america. now were starting to get data and more people react to that. a lot of people like to say keep the bush tax cuts. in the market goes higher. >> what about mark heard oracle h-p. >> i love larry ellis and he's got billion our children and he's so damn it himself. if he goes to oracle no secret and not delegate into a legal situation in the and i see him joining oracle and getting paid well. he chose to hardware and software companies of this is a
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brilliant over by larry ellison. when mark heard larry olson blasted there's who mark curtis a great ceo because wall street liked him and that's something a battle on wall street if they trust you and like you to put millions of dollars in view. oracle is moving higher and they started this move on the back of mark heard. >> will be right back.
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new details now bp has released its own internal report on the gulf oil disaster. putting some of the blame but not all of the blame put billions of dollars at of liability to british auto company pointed fingers at its two partners in the doomed in deep water well. >> bp said the 1560 measures
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could and should of prevented the april 20th explosion that killed 11 workers and said millions of gallons of crude oil into the gulf of mexico. the company said it shares the responsibility with two other companies halliburton and trans ocean. >> is no single action that caused the accident >> 195 page report identifies eight. tell you're in the one hour before the explosion. first of faulty cement seal installed by halliburton allowed hydrocarbon gases enter the wild a device known as the issue truck carrier failed to keep it from spreading. up on the service trans ocean technicians failed to notice the leak. the explosive hydrocarbons were not detected until they reached the riser from the sea floor. efforts to regain control of the well failed. this animation shows how the gas leaked into the rig itself. fire prevention systems on the rig still to
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prevent an explosion and back down below the final failure the emergency blowout preventer did not choke off the oil flow. >> the deep water rise and unable to disconnect from the we'll be ordered to abandon ship was given between 200 hours. >> both halliburton and trans ocean have rejected the peace findings trans ocean called the report self-serving attempt to conceal the real cause of the disasters bp is fatally flawed design of the well. >> a live look at side from our mount tam cam you notice broken cloud cover you can see the pier and sunshine in the background forcing the broken clouds throughout the bay area right now it's our latest satellite picture it expects the tail storm to the north. forcing a few light showers over the mound that could continue receiving the mostly will see if cooler temperatures and breezy conditions. 59 san francisco, 59
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read would city, upper 60s right now in the inland. temperatures down from one to 11 degrees cooler that cooling was seen in antioch. the winds up to breezy out there today gusting near 30 mi. an hour sustained winds in novato are 26 mi. an hour, 23 and fairfield and 21 and now bob. the only place the winds are, are along the coastline trade here's what we can expect this evening into tomorrow. scattered cloud cover this evening into tomorrow morning will still of a few lingering clouds been of very many. this afternoon temperatures warm up a little bit in our inland valleys will see those temperatures back into the '70s. neighborhood by neighborhood of 59 along the coastline, 60 in san francisco, 72 in san jose,
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60s in fremont but warming trend will continue as we make our way through the rest of the week. friday and saturday about average for this time of year we will see another cool down as we head into next week. >> a live look outside at traffic now this isn't san francisco the e d 101 split the top of your screen traffic headed for the lower deck of the bay bridge if unusually light at this hour of the day. southbound 1014 is heavy as it usually does. we'll be right back more news ahead. rid of the mansion and the limo
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it's time to take a look at rob black e-mail's the first one is coming from michael who asks what you think about the where road stock. by >> love investing in railroad stocks because they don't have a lot of competition. some are better at certain things like in a lot of cold there up in canada other and energy player. they don't have a lot of competition they're boring and not sexy but
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warned buffett likes it simple business models something you and i can understand. >> it's a cheap form of transportation. sec >> and thing i like about they come out every quarter ended tell you how the economy is doing even the we don't know that. today they said shipping is good for cars in cold they don't see a double-dip recession so they look at it-they're telling me it's a o.k. to invest. i like to choose for two reasons as investments for this one from a guy the question is the peace credit rating improves three notches, is that by sign? >> some of this concern some bp is recorded patch the hole they did. the stock rose from $20 to $34.athathatatatno carrierring no carrier
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station this is kron 4 news @ 430. the leak on have along the river has been mostly clean out. the department of fish and game has reopened the ea